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Happy IoT Day - April 9th 2014

EELive show and Galileo Demo At the recent EElive show and conference in San Jose I built a Galileo demo based on the Muzzley.com github code. The Galileo board mounting holes are aligned very closely with Legos stud spacing, so I decided to use...

Interview with Dr. YingLiang Ma, Founder of EducationMobile

This week, Dr. YingLiang Ma, founder and CEO of EducationMobile (www.edumobapp.com), graciously took a few minutes out of a busy schedule to let us know what his development studio is working on, his thoughts on the current mobile development...

Schuyler St. Leger's Desert Code Camp course on Intel Galileo

If you need a getting started walk-through of the Intel Galileo Development kit and how to program it. Schuyler St, Leger has put up on YouTube this great video. That was delivered at the Desert Code Camp, a public software event in Chandler AZ. It...

Meshcentral.com - Multi-Desktop Feature

A few minutes ago, we updated Meshcentral.com with a new multi-desktop feature. Perfect for embedded usages where you need to monitor what is going on with many computers at once, you can now select many computers on the devices page, right click...

What is Crosswalk and How you can use it with Intel® XDK

Crosswalk is a HTML5 runtime, built on open source foundations, which extends the web platform with new capabilities. What this means for Android developers is, you can now deploy your mobile HTML5 application with its own runtime without a dependence on the native webview that is on your customer'...

The Internet of Things will overtake you only if you let it

By 2020, billions of smart things will be connected to the internet and each of us will have at least 6 smart, connected things.  This things may have ability to easily monitor and learn about us.  But this information about us can be used to make...

GestureWorks Gameplay gives new life to games with virtual touch controllers

What if you could take the games you know and love, and without any programming knowledge or hardware tweaking required, you could create an entirely new way of interacting with those games? You can do just that with GestureWorks Gameplay, which...

Meshcentral.com - Android WebRTC audio/video for tech support

Today we are very happy to announce a new Meshcentral feature aimed squarely at the Android remote support scenarios. Rick Edgecombe has been working hard on the Android WebRTC audio/video communication for technical support. Launched with the...

Some hints on Yocto* builds for IoT devkit - example: adding Java* JRE

Recently someone asked me on more documentation about Yocto builds. In particular the person mentioned facing difficulties adding Java to an own IoT Yocto build. This conversation triggered the following post: Why you don't need Yocto builds on...

Intel® Developer Zone at Microsoft //Build/ 2014

Software developers by the thousands visited the Intel Software booth at the sold-out Microsoft Build conference April 2 – 4 in San Francisco’s Moscone Center. They were able to learn about how the Intel® Developer Zone provides world-class  ...

Five Days @SouthBy

I first learned of South by Southwest, SxSW, or as the locals say, "Here for SouthBy?" when Stevie Ray Vaughan was shredding his guitar and my soul back in the 1980's. As far as I knew until the summer of 2013 SxSW was a music festival, "just"...

Keyboards, Touch, Flexibility: The Appeal of the 2 in 1

A recent post on SFGate.com titled “2 in 1 Devices can’t take the place of tablets” was puzzling, as the main point of the post seemed to be lamenting the lack of keyboard on a 2 in 1, as well as a not so subtle jab at the most common OS used in...

Intel® Developer Zone: Premier Resource Center for Cross Platform Apps

The changing world of software development is creating exciting opportunities for developers with multiple devices, platforms/OS environments and new categories of applications which must run across multiple platforms. Developers are looking for...

Meshcentral.com - New with WebRTC support

In one of the most significant announcement in the last year, and one that deeply changes the inner workings of mesh, starting yesterday we released initial support for WebRTC in Meshcentral. For people who are not yet familiar, WebRTC is a set of...

Indexing the Mahabharata

by N. Shamsundar The Mahabharata may be compared to the Greek Iliad or the Persian Shahnameh. Such epics contribute considerably to the culture of a nation, provide a vehicle for learning national languages, and may provide background information...

Accessing Intel AMT: QWERTY vs QWERTY vs QWERTZ

Having trouble logging into the Intel AMT WebUI after you are certain everything has been configured correctly?  Did you recently start using a different keyboard or perhaps you are using a VM that was created with US-based language settings?  There...

HTML5 - It's a Pretty Big Deal

April 1, 2014

by Jonathan Stark When it comes to building apps, I’m a Web guy. For me, HTML5 is the logical way to build an app quickly and reach more people on more devices. For most organizations, reach and time-to-market takes priority over performance...

Cloud Rendering Sample

Using Pixel Shader Ordering a, DirectX extension, Cloud Rendering is vastly improved with better outdoor lighting technology.

Speculative Parallel DFA Membership Tests

In a recent paper published in the International Journal of Parallel Programming, Yousun Ko, Minyoung Jung, Yo-Sub Han and Bernd Burgstaller presented techniques to parallelize memberships tests for Deteministic Finite Automata (DFAs). With the use...

UEFI BIOS Debug via JTAG and EDKII debug agent with Intel(R) System Studio

Intel(R) System Studio (http://intel.ly/system-studio) now supports UEFI BIOS debug not just through JTAG (UEFI Bios Debugging), but also through the EFI Development Kit 2.x (EDKII) as described at http://uefidk.com/develop/development-kit-...

Intel® System Studio now with full support for the Android* system software developer

Intel® System Studio now adds full support for the Android* developer to its feature set. Everything from system software debug via JTAG to device driver and shared object build and optimization with the Intel® C++ Compiler and the Intel® VTune(TM)...

Use Intel® System Studio to optimize your Tizen* IVI automotive software stack

Intel® System Studio (http://intel.ly/system-studio) is now optimized and tested for Tizen* IVI (https://wiki.tizen.org/wiki/IVI ). Having a compiler that takes advantage of the latest optimizations for the Intel® Atom(TM) Processor E38xx, including...

Intel® System Studio - for the industrial and automotive Internet of Things

The new Intel® System Studio released in mid-February combines support for the Intel® Quark SoC with highly optimized compiler and the XDB Intel® JTAG Debugger with support for performanc tuning, in-depth instruction and evend tracing, power &...

IoT: Looking For The Next Microsoft

I am not here to tell you how wonderful it is that we have IoT now and how IoT helps everyone sell more devices and CPUs. Instead, I will take this opportunity to talk about what's missing with IoT and where we're going in this area. We need to put...

Detecting Network-bound Applications in Server Systems

Following my previous blogs, Detecting CPU-bound Applications in Server Systems and Detecting Disk I/O-bound Applications in Server Systems, I will continue the discussion in this blog on detecting a network-bound application. When network I/O...

ARPedia: “You’ve Got a T-Rex?”

Note:  If you're interested in Intel® RealSense™, then you'll want to check out the 2014 Intel® RealSense™App Challenge, a contest intended to encourage innovative apps that take advantage of everything that perceptual computing has to offer. Using...

Meshcentral.com - Second IP address

Just a quick note to say that a few days back, we added a second static IP address to Meshcentral.com and made it known as "swarm.meshcentral.com". I configured the server so that port 443 on the new IP address is identical to port 8080 on the...

Goodbye Cluster, Hello Cloud: The *iHub_ Nairobi and Intel Hardware

Guest post by Jimmy Gitonga, Outgoing iHub Community Lead  In 2012, Intel gave the iHub initial hardware for our Super Computer - a blade chassis populated with three blade serverswith Google contributing grant funding. The idea behind the iHub...

Why Social Media Matters to Developers

Introduction In our personal lives, many of us use multiple forms of electronic communication—social media—with which we connect online to family, friends, and various social communities to share ideas, messages, images, and other content. Even...

Performance BKMs: Introduction and Super-secret Intel Tools

At SC13 (Super Computing 2013)*, someone commented that Intel seems to have some super-secret set of tricks in its pocket, allowing us to optimize “far beyond those of mortal man”+. We don’t really have any super-secret tricks. Even if we did, we...

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